Microsoft brought its infection defense software application to Mac Thursday, giving it a more inclusive name to boot.
Windows Defender Advanced Risk Defense is now called Microsoft Defender Advanced Risk Protection (ATP), and with that comes compatibility with Apple’s MacOS, it revealed in a blog post
The ATP customer can be installed on devices running macOS Mojave, macOS High Sierra or macOS Sierra. It uses the normal infection and risk defense in addition to fast and full-system scans.
Right now, it’s just readily available as a minimal preview that Microsoft’s organisation consumers can register for
We do not understand when Microsoft is planning to make the Mac variation of its software extensively offered, and neither it nor Apple instantly reacted to demands for more comment.
It’s the newest move by Microsoft to make its security software available to more individuals– recently, it brought Windows Protector extensions to Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
First published at 4: 42 a.m. PT.
Updated at 5: 25 a.m. PT: Adds more details.